I'm actually getting things together to check out Revimmune. I need a more recent MRI, but I was going to collect all my necessary goodies until I get my next Tovaxin shot. There's no need to drop out of that trial since I know I'm getting actual Tovaxin until I find out what Johns Hopkins says. My site is also holding a Campath trial, but there is a chance I'll be on the placebo arm and I don't want to do another blinded trial right now; I'm just dropping too fast to risk another year. There could quite possibly be nothing that my MS is going to respond to, but I agree in checking into the things that seem to be working like those two. When I said "I think I'm going to" about Tysabri, it was more me thinking out loud beause my Dr. suggested it as an alternative, but I think you have be off of that for quite a while (like 6 months or something along those lines) if you are to be eligible for Revimmune, so after I look at my MRI to see if I qualify at Johns Hopkins, my next step is to check into getting enrolled at JH. However, if I don't qualify and Tovaxin is still not working, I will probably try Tysabri. My hope is not all lost on Tovaxin yet, but I am at the very least gathering what I need if I qualify for Revimmune.
I think you are right to check out all avenues. I wouldn't be as interested in Revimmune if JH was not connected with it. This hospital is among the best in the nation, if not the world.
Several people that post here have had Campath and seem to be almost normal again, so it is also another to check out. I read recently that Campath is available in the states and I was not aware of that.
I know if I were in the group that could be helped with one of these meds I would be checking them out with my bags packed.
I hope that something works for you.